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14.06.2018 The fourth training in the frame of the Project “Computer Skills of Medical Workers - Guaranty of Providing People Living with HIV/AIDS with Quality Assistance”

24.05.2018 The third training in the frame of the Project “Computer Skills of Medical Workers - Guaranty of Providing People Living with HIV/AIDS with Quality Assistance”

26.04.2018 The second training in the frame of the Project “Computer Skills of Medical Workers - Guaranty of Providing People Living with HIV/AIDS with Quality Assistance”

25.04.2018 Workshop “Advocacy Opportunities for ASTRA Members: Using the International Rights Instruments and Mechanisms”

28.03.2018 The first training in the frame of the Project “Computer Skills of Medical Workers - Garancy of Providing People Living with HIV/AIDS with Quality Assistance”

01.02.2018 Start of the Project “Computer Skills of Medical Workers - Garancy of Providing People Living with HIV/AIDS with Quality Assistance”

02.01.2018 Start of activity in the frame of “SOURCE OF HOPE” project

23.11.2017 Testing on HIV and Hepatitis of Patrol Policemen

13.11.2017 Members of AIDS Action Europe Network Meeting

26.05.2017 Meeting of the Representatives of SALUS Charitable Foundation with the Delegation from Freiburg (Germany)

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STEPS TOWARDS THE FUTURE-2


Title STEPS TOWARDS THE FUTURE-2
Project start 2013
Project finish 2014
Partners All-Ukrainian Network of PLWH
Aim Provision of medical, social and psychological support for HIV-positive adults. Technical equipping of medical facilities providing ART outside Lviv Regional AIDS Centers.
Target group HIV-positive adults; top managers and infectious diseases physicians of Stryj central city hospital, Drohobych city polyclinic, Zhovkva and Zolochiv central district hospitals.
Medical, social and psychological support for HIV-positive adults: consultations of social worker; consultations of gynecologist; consultations of psychologist; consultations of infectious diseases physicians; consultations of TB specialist; provision of medical and non-medical care for HIV-positive adults at home, in hospitals or hospice facilities; consultative visits of a multidisciplinary team (namely an infectious diseases physician, a social worker and a gynecologist) to the premises where it is planned to open ART sites (Stryj central city hospital, Drohobych city polyclinic, Zhovkva and Zolochiv central district hospitals). Procurement and distribution of 70 prenatal kits for HIV-infected pregnant women. Technical equipment of health facilities providing ART outside Lviv Regional AIDS Center. Improving technical equipment of physicians’ offices, where ART drugs will be stored and given to HIV- infected patients: renovation of offices (installation of doors, windows, laminate flooring, painting walls, etc.) and purchasing equipment to ensure compliance with sanitary control (bactericidal lamps and couches ).